Congratulations to Eric Buntain who has won our Paranorman Competition! The prizes will be on their way to you very shortly!
We’re gonna celebrate a new book release, this time! Trailer: Synopsis: D.J. MacHale, author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Pendragon series, has a new adventure for readers in Morpheus Road….
Win 2 gold tickets to the official Star Trek convention in Vegas! The official Star Trek Magazine has a sensational prize up for grabs for one lucky winner – two gold tickets…
Win 2 Gold Tickets to SALUTE TO SUPERNATURAL Convention And Meet Jensen & Jared! The official Supernatural Magazine has a sensational prize up for grabs for one lucky winner – two gold…
We’re giving away one of these Limited Edition Watchmen hoodies to celebrate the launch of Watchmen ““ Tales of the Black Freighter on DVD and Blu-Ray earlier this month (April 6). The…
Now this is epic. Epic, I tell you. Weâ€™re giving you the chance to win:
- Star Trek TOS Season One on Blu-Ray
- Star Trek Movies 1 â€“ 6 on Blu-Ray
- Star Trek: Alternate Realities Fan Collective on DVD
- A Star Trek Bottle Opener
- A Star Trek Bottle Cooler
The whole collection retails at well over Â£200 ($300), but weâ€™re giving one lucky winner the entire bunch for free. No strings attached.
Head on over to our Competitions page right now to enter.
I’ll say right from the off, strategy games aren’t usually my thing. Sure, I’ve played many, and some were even pretty good (Dungeon Keeper 2, although it’s not really hardcore). Generally, pass me good first person shooter or a football/cricket game and I’ll be hooked for days. So I found myself wondering why, after I loaded up Sins of a Solar Empire and played my first game, I had lost three hours of my life.